Maine clams, pisser clams, Ipswich clams, soft-shell clams and long neck clams are all known as the steamer clam in New England. Steamer clams run a close second to Maine lobster as the seafood of choice for both residents and visitors alike. Clammers dig steamers by hand using a clam rake in the mud and […]
Tag Archives | steamer clams
Hard-Shell Clams Hard Shell clams are sorted and sold according to size…the smaller the clam the more tender and expensive.From Smallest to largest, the categories are: Little necks clams: The most tender: excellent raw, steamed, or used in whole recipes. Top Necks clams: Tender, can be used as little necks. Cherrystones clams: Not quite as […]
Beautiful Maine Lobsters
I just wanted to thank you for your mindblowingly fabulous lobster. I didn’t eat it: my mom did. She had had a lousy birthday, due to family reasons, and I wanted to cheer her up. Trouble is, I live in Greece and she lives in California. Not so easy to buy her a lobster dinner is it? Wait up! IT IS EASY. Because there you are. On the Internet. Making it possible for me to send my dear mother two massive (she said the two weighed 5 lbs together) beautiful Maine lobsters, so live that they ran off when she tried to photograph them, all from the comfort of my living room, half a world away. Totally brilliant. I love the modern world. Keep up the great work!